390 A play on the word ayn, which means â€œeyeâ€ or the eighteenth letter which in olden times had the form of a circle.
For sounds that have no written equivalent in Latin script, they've gotten creative: for example, the number 3 is commonly used for the "ayn" sound and 7 stands in for the "ha," because their shapes closely resemble the corresponding Arabic letters.
What this says about libertarians (or at least, rand paul, ayn rand, and barry goldwater) is that they are willing to see other people forego a whole lot of their liberty in order to maintain every bit of their own.
While this is probably not true of U law, which strikes me as high indeterminate, its probably is true of the first amendment, which reads like it was srtiten by ayn rand or someone.
Anonyman writes in an email: "Although senate staffers may not know who ayn rand is, they believe that JtP has genuine wisdom to impart ..."